Amazon patent reveals drone surveillance as a service

Amazon patent reveals drone surveillance as a service is exploring using drones not just to deliver packages but also to provide surveillance as a service to its customers. According to the patent granted by the US Patent and Trademark Office, the surveillance function of the drone can be limited through geo-fencing, a technology used to draw a virtual boundary around the property under surveillance.

Rhonda 7 months

They'll probably push it on the parents... "Have our drones follow little Johnny home and you're the first person to be notified if he's doing drugs or having unprotected sex!"

الأكبر فادي
الأكبر فادي 7 months

because Amazon totally needs that info..

ConcealCarryProtect 7 months

"Yes can you watch my address please? No its not the one on my shipping address, its the one across the street. Specifically the 2nd story window please. Thanks."

Ywacch 7 months

Shoot the drones down. MMERICUH!

Mikhayl Von Riebon
Mikhayl Von Riebon 7 months

Jealous, paranoid partners are loving this.

MrVairhein 7 months

fuuuuuuck that

Idiot Prole
Idiot Prole 7 months

So in most of the US people will break out the shotguns to bring down spying drones. In Texas they'll break out the civil war era cannons and make a new sport out of it. I am moving to Texas.

Ste Stones
Ste Stones 7 months

Hashtag: break up Amazon.

Branden Jensen
Branden Jensen 7 months

This is a patent bullshittery of the highest order. First it's "we just want to check your house for fires, broken windows, etc", then it's "We're really sorry for that clause that permits law enforcement to view live feeds from the drones", then it's "with millions of drones nationwide, we can improve the delivery time of your product, and the response time of emergency services." next thing you know, it's 2084 and we're all eating shit sandwiches of the variety Big Brother says is okay.

ThatOneGuy WhoDoesThatThing
ThatOneGuy WhoDoesThatThing 7 months

Whelp, I definitely need to zero my rifle for drone ranges now... What do you think, 2, 3, or maybe 5 hundred yards?

Jeff Stewart
Jeff Stewart 7 months

this is going to make a great South Park episode

MoralKombat 7 months

Isn't this basically Amazon admitting that their drones will have surveillance cameras on them?

Judi Em
Judi Em 7 months

Just keep your noisy friggin drone away from my house

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